A Wonderful Vacation Awaits in Dunoon

Dunoon is found in the Argyll region in Scotland, providing visitors with a wonderful opportunity to visit and see the beautiful Scottish Highlands.

Start your adventure to the Cowal Peninsula by taking a ferry across to this historic town that promises to leave you with unforgettable memories. Ever since the 1800s when the paddle steamer was first introduced to the area Dunoon has continued to be a popular holiday destination for many. The local residents of Dunoon embrace the hundreds of visitors they receive each year, catering for their every need in the best way possible.

This region of the country has stunning picturesque views of landscapes that include the sea that laps the shores of Dunoon, lochs like Holy Loch, forest and mountains. The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park provides a great day visit for the family and is a definite must when you come stay in Dunoon. Ardkinglas Woodland Garden and Benmore Botanic Gardens have a wonderful collection of conifers, rhododendrons and Giant Redwoods where you can truly appreciate the natural beauty found here. If you are more interested in the history of the area, then visit the Castle House Museum that takes you on a tour of Dunoon and Cowal over the centuries.

Dunoon provides a variety of accommodation for visitors depending on what you are looking for. There is budget accommodation like caravanning and self-catering, bed and breakfast and the more expensive hotel accommodation out in the country. If you are looking for the complete Dunoon and Cowall experience then you need to include their delicious cuisine prepared by capable chefs or stop off for a true Scottish tea.

There are also quaint little shops selling a variety of things ranging from your usual household needs to trinkets and memorabilia to take away as gifts. The best place to go is Argyll Street where most of the shops that you need can be found. Look out for the galleries here where you will find beautiful art pieces completed by local artists in the area and around Scotland. There are many other activities provided here especially for the energetic visitor who wants to take in the fresh air while exploring the surroundings. Activities like quad biking, sailing, fishing, golfing, horse riding and hiking along various trails will be ample to keep even the most energetic person going.

 





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